Pinal County Ousts Elections Director David Frisk After Ballot Issues on Primary Night

Pinal County Ousts Elections Director David Frisk After Ballot Issues on Primary Night


Pinal County, Arizona, removed Elections Director David Frisk from his post following pressure from Republicans after ballot issues occured on Primary Election Night.

Pinal County released a statement, stating that, given the recent ballot issues on election night, where there was a lack of ballots in certain precincts, “David Frisk is no longer in the position of Elections Director and is no longer employed by Pinal County.”

As a result, County Recorder Virginia Ross resigned from her role and was appointed to the position of Elections Director, effective immediately. “Ross did not oversee the Elections Department for this primary election in her role as the County Recorder,” the release added.

There will be a Special Session Meeting with the Board of Supervisors this Friday to appoint a County Recorder to fill

Trending: 11 Adults Charged For Sexually Assaulting Children During Witchcraft Rituals

Continue reading


 

Join the conversation!

Please share your thoughts about this article below. We value your opinions, and would love to see you add to the discussion!

Thanks for sharing!
Send this to a friend